The most common solution was to:
crontab -e root
[After setting the editor to "vi"]
Thanks to all those who wrote back to be so quickly.
> Dear SAs:
> I generally edit the /var/spool/cron/crontabs/root file using the "vi" editor and then kill the "cron" daemon and start it up again to refrest it. I am sure that there is a more graceful way of editing the cron file under Solaris 2.6. Could some one give me more tips please?
> Warm Regards and thanks in Advance,
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